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City Council meetings and committee meetings are broadcast live on WSTV 13, are streamed live over the city web site, and are archived online for reference. Winston-Salem City Council
Winston-Salem's Sister Cities
Winston-Salem has five Sister Cities under the auspices of Sister Cities International.
- Ungheni, Moldova
- Kumasi, Ghana
- Nassau, Bahamas
- Shanghai, China
- Buchanan, Liberia
Read more about Sister Cities activities.
Enjoy free concerts year-round!
Community Band Concert Calendar
The Farmer's Market is held year-round, every Saturday at the fairgrounds, from 6:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
Farmers' Market Events
Use a city park facility for your get-togethers
City parks have recreation centers and picnic shelters that can be reserved for free or a fee. Get your family and friends together for an afternoon in the park! Reservations can be made now for the spring and summer.
Recreation & Parks Rentals information.
Greenways and Parks
The Recreation & Parks Department maintains many city parks and greenways. Enjoy a stroll or bike ride!
Parks and Greenways locator
There are also bike routes marked along some city streets.
is the city's television station that presents programming about city government and helpful information about city services. Watch it online or on Timewarner cable channel 13.
WSTV 13 online | WSTV 13 program schedule | Video Archive<
Recreation and Parks
There are many recreational opportunities for all ages at the city recreation centers. Enjoy the use of our many city parks. There are also many Greenways in Winston-Salem for your walking, riding, and running enjoyment.
Recreation and Parks offers the rental of Santa Suits during the holiday season. Recreation & Parks web site.
Winston-Salem’s City Hall is on the National Register of Historic Places. City Hall was built in 1926 and is Winston-Salem’s only example of Renaissance Revival civic architecture.
Winston-Salem statistics and information
North Carolina Department of Transportation Traffic Cameras online [new window]